Quote from MettalicEmber
Maybe they just traveled. Maybe they love you!
What if Notch made them secretly follow players...into the DOOM!
It just kinda kept going in one direction until it unspawned.
Quote from ImTartan
Are you trying to install a forge mod. If it is a forge mod you should now how to do it. But if it is a regular mod, you need to go into your versions folder (which is found by typing %appdata% in you search bar, then click .minecraft). Once you find your versions folder, copy the 1.6.4.jar and 1.6.4.json. Next you need to rename both to the name of the mod you are trying to install. Then inside you .json fill rename 1.6.4 to your mad name. Then copy all files form the mod file you downloaded into modname.jar(renamed 1.6.4.jar). Then open your minecraft(new launcher) and do new profile. Name it your mod. Then click use version, you should see the name of your mod there, click it and run minecraft. It should all work.
Quote from Cranim
Umm reinstall minecraft and download the new laucher for 1.6.4??
Quote from BlackJar72
It would be great if you had the ability to selectively turn of spawns for some mobs, since some seem to conflict with other mods to creative massive block lack (even in single player). I want my dungeon mobs back, but I need to be able to break blocks (and conveniently going to peaceful feels a little cheaty, though it fixes the problem).
Everything but Lizalfos seemed pretty familiar to me....
Quote from Ajt86
I'll be preparing some base classes.
This is the info I got:
Shall I prepare a config file for changing the IDs?
Quote from ii_H_dot_B_ii
Hopefully they make the game run better for people with laptops with integrated GPU's like me then.